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Belly Bag Urinary Drainage
Whole abdomen scan shows livr outlin wit increasd echotxtr, urinary blader pvr vol 43ml.?N scan impresion says very early fatty changes liver?
Discharge can be a noun or a verb; it has multiple meanings in physics, chemistry, military, and legal usage. The most common medical meaning is a substance that is being excreted. Examples: pus is the discharge from a pimple; a vaginal discharge can mean infection; an ear discharge can mean an infection of the outer ear tract; a nasal discharge ...Read more
What would be causing constant pain in my right side of my abdomen. I am not having any symptoms of a urinary tract infects. ?
16 yr girl has moderate pain in both sides of lower part of abdomen close to pelvic rt side more not hot and has urinary frequentation ?
I have pain in my right lower abdomen radiating to my groin/hip no obvious urinary symptoms and my bowels are moving. What could this be?
Pain with urination and in lower abdomen and lower back along with balls of white substance in urine. History of urinary reflux. stones in family his?
Uti: Hi, thanks for the question, based on the information you have provided, it sounds like you have a urinary tract infection with possible early involvement of your kidneys (hence the back pain). I suggest you either see your primary care doctor or schedule an online consult to speak with a health tap doctor for further history and treatment. ...Read more
My belly button has drainage and blood coming which smells horrible. What can I do to stop the drainage & bleeding? What can I use to clean it with?
Is it normal to have drainage out of my belly button after laparascopic surgery? The surgery was on thursday. The drainage is light red and on my shirt.
No, but not uncommon: This is not "normal", but it does happen occasionally. It usually is drainage of fluid that has accumulated under the incision. Usually not a problem, but you should have your surgeon look at. While you wait to see your surgeon, keep the area clean and dry. Keep it covered with sterile gauze or large bandaid. Keep a close eye on it. Any increasing drainage, redness, or pain are warning signs. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers